Q&A on BioResonance Therapy with Dr. Angelina Riopel

Over the past four years Dr. Riopel has begun working with BioResonace as a means to treat her patients. BioResonance is a unique therapy that is able to assess and treat the underlying causes of common health concerns. Specifically, Dr. Riopel practices with the MORA Nova, developed in Germany. Specifically, the MORA is able to identify the underlying cause of common health concerns such as allergies, digestive concerns and skin irritations.

Q1:How does the MORA Nova Bioresonance Therapy work? 

During the initial assessment, acupuncture points on the fingers and toes are measured and therapy blockages (underlying cause) such as food and environmental allergies, toxins and infections are identified. Once the underlying cause is identified, we are then able to treat the condition more effectively (and not just address the symptoms).

Q2: How did you first learn about Bioresonance therapy? 

I became interested in Biological medicine, and specifically BioResonace testing and therapy, when I was studying Naturopathic medicine. I was fortunate after graduating to work with a naturopathic doctor in Western Canada who used BioResonance in his practice for nearly 30 years and the experience was invaluable. From there, I travelled to Germany over a period of two years in order to learn more about Biological Medicine theory and BioResonace treatment as it is not common a common therapy in North America.

Q3: What conditions does BioResonace effectively address?

BioResonance is very effective in treating a variety of common conditions. The following are the most common conditions that I use the BioResonance to address and treat:

  • Allergies: food intolerances, hay fever and pet allergies
  • Asthma
  • Eczema, acne and other skin problems
  • Reduction of stress/anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Support in chronic illnesses
  • Smoking cessation
  • Cellulite therapy
  • Maintenance of health and well-being

Q4: How many sessions does it take in order for a patient to notice an improvement?

The number of sessions required varies depending on the person and condition being treated. As a general rule though, it can take anywhere from 5-10 sessions initially for a condition to improve or resolve. That being said, many patients will notice a discernable improvement within the first few sessions, especially with seasonal allergies.